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Fractures

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Contributor(s):

Elizabeth Youens

Mark Straw


Fractures

Fractured (broken) bones are not an uncommon injury in pets, and the treatment options are quite varied. If you’ve ever broken a leg yourself, or know someone who has, you might be picturing a hospital bed, a plaster cast, or perhaps some crutches. The options for our pets are slightly different! 

How will I know if my pet has a fracture?

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What should I do if I think my pet has a fracture?

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How will my veterinarian diagnose a fracture?

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How will the fracture be treated?

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How long will it take to heal?

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Will my pet make a complete recovery?

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